Hurricane Fiona Relief Donation

Council is pleased to donate $1000 to the Canadian Red Cross to help those impacted by Hurricane Fiona. Residents wishing to make a financial donation to help those impacted by Hurricane Fiona can do so online at, by calling 1-800-418-1111, or by texting FIONA to 20222 to make a $10 donation.

October 6, 2022

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PUBLIC NOTICE: Loitering & Dangerous Driving EEC Parking Lot

Please be advised that the Eastlink Event Centre parking lot is for users of the Facility ONLY! We have received many complaints of young drivers using the parking lot as a hangout, driving at excessive speeds, doing donuts in the parking lot, littering, and driving on Blackmore Avenue at dangerous speeds. It has become the …

September 16, 2022

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Ukraine’s Independence Day Proclamation

August 24th, 2022 is hereby proclaimed as INDEPENDANCE DAY OF UKRAINE in the Town of Clarenville. Mayor Pickett on behalf of Council would like to urge all citizens to join in commemorating this important anniversary. To commemorate this event, the Bare Mountain Star will be lit in the colors of the Ukraine flag. The Act …

August 22, 2022

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Council Adopts New Residential Poultry Regulations

The Town of Clarenville wishes to advise residents of the new Residential Poultry Regulations, adopted by Council on May 3, 2022. Please view the regulations below.

June 29, 2022

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New Traffic Lights Activated

PUBLIC NOTICE: New Traffic lights at the Intersection of Shoal Harbour Drive and Beaumont Hamel Drive are now activated. Please exercise caution and adhere to the new traffic signals.  

June 9, 2022

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Elizabeth Swan Park is LIT!!

If you haven’t noticed, the walking loop at Elizabeth Swan Park has had some recent upgrades! Thanks to the tremendous work of the Sole Sisters, the walking loop at the park is now equipped with lighting, specifically around the back of park near the volleyball courts and along the river. This is a fantastic start, …

January 17, 2022

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New Residential Fireworks Policy

Are you planning to set off Fireworks for New Years Eve? If so, please take a minute to read our new residential Fireworks Policy. The policy states… No person shall discharge family fireworks within the municipal boundaries of the Town except: C). between the hours of 7:00PM at night on December 31 (New Year’s Eve) …

December 22, 2021

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Bare Mountain Trail Upgrades

The Town of Clarenville would like to extend a sincere THANK-YOU to the Clarenville Trails Advisory Committee for their work in upgrading the Bare Mountain Trail. New trails maps have been designed and installed, along with storyboards and trail safety tips on both Trailhead Kiosks. The North Trailhead Kiosk is located on Manitoba Drive near …

December 2, 2021

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Let’s Talk about Waste!

Did you know that we send over 1.8 million kg of waste to the ERSB transfer station each year? Much of this ends up in the Robinhood Bay landfill in St. John’s! Disposing of waste is a very expensive cost to taxpayers! Let’s consider recycling more! Recycling not only diverts waste from the landfill it …

November 2, 2021

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Public Notice: No Parking Zone

Please be advised that NO PARKING signs have been installed on the Provincial Trailway which runs adjacent to Memorial Drive between the Hardwoods entrance to Gardiner Place. Council has received numerous reports of near miss incidents involving ATV’s being forced out onto Memorial Drive due to vehicles being parked on the trailway blocking ATV

September 24, 2021

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